I'd been seeing recommendations for the Morels for some time but, of course, they were discontinued. This morning, when I was making my decision (without first checking here), I found a post where someone said that if you ran your A-25's on the brightest setting, you wouldn't like the Morels. Well, I run mine on normal (because I'm stubborn), but I'm certainly not looking for less treble. Normal is plenty good for the stock tweeter.
The replacement I have just doesn't have the treble of my remaining stock unit. It almost seems to not be there, though it is working. I remember from when the original went bad that there's a big difference between not bright enough and no tweeter at all.
I decided to go for the SEAS recommended replacements from Madisound. In their recommendations, they have a link for the 27TFFC, but it goes to the 27TDFC. The specs are very similar and I just went with it.
I'm very happy to have your endorsement of the SEAS replacements since I was pretty much going on specs and reputation.
Surely I have high frequency loss, but I haven't been turning up the treble recently, I just noticed the lack of treble in the one speaker. I've had this one in there for seven or eight years without noticing. Maybe age is the reason I notice it now. I certainly have some general loss of hearing since the Army didn't use earplugs when I was in basic. I say "Huh?" (or "Ma'am" a lot to my wife.
My son will suffer one day from those years of playing heavy metal guitar without earplugs in front of a pair of Marshalls.
I bought these A-25's new in 1970 and with having the woofers rebuild a couple of years ago and the new tweeters, they'll be like George Washington's axe: just a new head or handle every once in a while.